Houston Colt 45s professional baseball players
The Houston Colts were an expansion major league baseball team for the National League. They played from 1962-1964 as the Colts and were renamed the Houston Astros in 1965 when they moved into the Astrodome.
Home with a Bang - The Houston Colt 45's were met by 3,000 fans as they arrived here Sunday night. Grouped beneath a huge welcoming banner are, first row, from left, Bob Aspromonte (cropped), Randy Cardinal, Rusty Staub, Danny Murphy, Glenn Vaughan, Dave Adlesh, Wally Wolf, Coach Jim Busby, Ernie Fazio, Dick Farrell and Howie Goss; second row, Manager Harry Craft and Jim Campbell, and behind the sign are Pete Runnells (holding son), Carl Wearwick, Bobby Lillis, Russ Kemmerer, All Spangler, and partly hidden, Hal Woodeshick and Bob Bruce." (Text from caption in Houston Post.)